The Emmbrook Inn
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Instant noodle packs have we eaten?
Z: 300 ish. Made with extra flavor thanks to Pea!
Vehicles have overtaken us in Skippy?
P: 42,000 ish
Z: Ha, pretty much every vehicle we encountered in NZ!
Times have we fallen out?
P: Of skippy? None, I wore a seat belt
Z: 3/4… Rectified as soon as Pete realized I am always right!
So after a slightly bumpy boat trip that included a trip to the cinema, a swim in the sea (well swimming pool filled with sea water) and a game of bingo, we drive the final leg from Portsmouth back home. Yummi Oba has successfully taken us all round Europe!
Thanks to all who put us up, and those who put up with us.
Thanks also to Lanky for looking after the house and building ...
Today we slept in. Last nights activities left us a little too tired to stick to our 8.30 leisurely wake up time so we decided to postpone our plan to attend the markets. Instead, we walked down to Chiswick, a small town just west of us. Chiswick was once home to Alexander Pope and is the area of the Thames where the famous Boat Race finishes. It was a popular holiday destination long ago, before London expanded to swallow it up The town is beautiful, surrounded on one side by a ...
... Nothing much happened or anything you could do.... A light breakfast of a croissant with jam, an orange juice and a cup of coffee was the highlight of the trip. Arrival into St. Pancras station, London just before midday and our transfer pick up isn't there. After a few phone calls we finally meet up with our driver. We get out of the station car park only to be greeted with ...
... 10th century. It was also where Prince William and Princess Kate had their wedding in 2012.
4. After westminster abbey we went to the london dungeon. Its scaryer than you think. Its also so cool. Its like a massive medieval maze and storys about old London. There was rides that were part of it.
5. On the way back we saw the horse guard parade. It was really ...